Did you know that the Indoor Cloud League project has a promising start?
posted: Oct 7th, 2015 It's been a good year so far. I just read the August edition of Blue Skies Mag again, where I was quite excited about 4-way development, especially in the Rookie Class. It made me think even more of what's going on in my territory of the skydiving world - and it turns out I feel just as excited when I am checking on one of the newest projects, the Indoor Cloud League activities.
I should explain something else before I begin to express my Indoor Cloud League excitement. The National Skydiving League is now probably mostly known for the SKYLEAGUE.COM website and the "journalistic coverage" of... (more)
Did you know that Dallas Super Cup and Indoor Cloud League connected at iFLY Dallas?
posted: Oct 2nd, 2015 The Sun Path Products NSL News posted the results of this year's Dallas Super Cup with the story on September 21st, which focused mostly on the AAA Class competition between Dallas 350 and Spaceland Lite.
The recent Indoor Cloud League update with new scores and videos from iFLY Dallas connects the competition in the other two Super Cup categories (AA - A) with the indoor event, as Amanda Lampton reported from Texas.
Did you know that Betsy Waite, Nick Davis, Michael Rendon and Leslie Eggenberger flew on a higher level?
posted: Sep 30th, 2015 The end of the month increases once again the activities and updates of the Indoor Cloud League. iFLY SF Bay posted the first scores of the month and held the lead over iFLY Orlando until the Czech Sportsflight group took the 1st place with the latest scores and videos from the Hurricane Factory in Prague.
Florida's group came back to iFLY Orlando on Thursday last week and added 17 points to the ICL account for September, which won back the 2nd place for the month and was still not quite enough to catch up with the Czech teams and competitors,... (more)
Did you know that a new Florida Indoor Cloud League competitor has 4-way blood in the family?
posted: Sep 19th, 2015 Lori Connor's group of Northern California Skydiving League competitors and tunnel flyers was the first one this month to submit scores and videos for the September sequences of the Indoor Cloud League competition at iFLY SF Bay.
Her ICL team is only 54 points behind iFLY Orlando for the whole year (1005 - 951), and there are still four months to go, including September. She added a total of 97 points to the iFLY SF Bay account for September last Thursday.
It was coincidence that the Florida group had scheduled the first ICL September... (more)
Did you know that iFLY Dallas won the Indoor Cloud League August competition?
posted: Sep 13th, 2015 The recent live coverage from the German Nationals 2015 and then the FAI World Cup 2015 took most of the Sun Path Products NSL News attention.
Scores from other events were still posted, while the flow of additional information had to slow down for a little while.
The aftermath of the World Cup will continue, however, it is time to catch up with other events, as well.
The Indoor Cloud League leaderboard... (more)
Did you know that iFLY Seattle added a new Rookie Class project to the Indoor Cloud League activities?
posted: Sep 4th, 2015 The German Nationals 2015 have naturally received the main attention for a few days, before it will turn to the FAI World Cup 2015 on the upcoming weekend.
However, other updates have been posted in the meantime, and the Indoor Cloud League leaderboard for the month of August is almost complete.
Deb Correia reported from the Northwest that iFLY Seattle held two events this month: "The first was a 2:2 skills... (more)